Brighton Rocks Bar
A popular cocktail bar in the heart of the Kemptown neighborhood, the Brighton Rocks Bar offers different meals, the classic Sunday roast, and a creative drinks menu. The bar has a lively atmosphere in the evening and its alternative style is what makes this place a must-go while in Brighton. It features cosy chesterfield loungers by the bar and a roaring fireplace ideal for the winter, as well as kitsch wallpapers and some vintage artwork. The bar’s kitchen was opened recently, serving British classics from hearty burgers to a lovely selection of flavourful mains.
This place is mainly a tea room, but don’t let this fool you because the Metrodeco is also one of the best spots to go to for cocktails, wine, artisan gins, and local beer and cider. One of the UK’s only 1930s Parisian-themed tea shops, this was once a furniture shop. If you’re a lover of all things vintage come and visit this tea room with a kitsch atmosphere, surrounded by contemporary light fixtures and brass coffee drum tables. Cocktails are reserved for Friday and Saturday night mostly, and they organise some amazing vintage parties which are great for those looking for something different to do while in Brighton.
38 Upper St James Street, Brighton, BN2 1JN +44 (0) 1273 677243
Blanch House Cocktail Bar
Blanch House is an upmarket cocktail bar with a huge selection of luxurious drinks and classic and elegant interiors. Located in the Blanch House Boutique Hotel, the place features a classic marble bar, and fresh flowers are used daily to enhance the decoration. This is the perfect spot to sample the flavours of specially prepared cocktails in a sophisticated environment. The bar is recommended for a fancy evening out, where you’ll be surrounded by an elegantly dressed crowd sipping some delicious cocktails.
17 Atlingworth Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1PL +44 01273 603504